President Mnangagwa Reassigns Politburo Members

President Dr. E.D. Mnangagwa has reassigned members of the Politburo to better utilize their expertise and refresh the party.

Jacob Mudenda, Speaker of Parliament and former Secretary for Legal Affairs, is now the party’s Treasurer General. Patrick Chinamasa, who was the Treasurer General, takes over as Secretary for Legal Affairs.

Munyaradzi Machacha moves from Principal of Chitepo School of Ideology to Secretary for the Commissariat. Dr. Mike Bimha, previously Secretary for the Commissariat, is now a general politburo member.

These changes are part of the party’s efforts to guide the country towards Vision 2030, aiming for an upper middle-income society by the year 2030.

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